There is bad news for lovers of the Netflix series, Messiah.
Netflix has confirmed that it won’t be returning for Season two and has axed the show.
Actor Wil Travel, who plays Will Mathers on the series, talked on his Instagram, expressing his sadness over the rescue, and took some time to thank the fans for their support and love.
It may go back, head down and read everything we understand to get additional information on why the series was canceled and when it’s potential.
Release Date: Can There Ever be a Season 2 of Messiah?
Yes, it can be the show’s end with Netflix, but that does not mean network or another streaming service won’t pick this up. Netflix also axed one Day at a Time before Pop took over. Additionally, Designated Survivor and Lucifer were picked up by Netflix after ABC and Fox canceled them.
Season 1 came out on January 1, 2020, but it isn’t likely we’ll get Season 2 soon, even if the series were to obtain a new house, with the current world scenario. We can’t anticipate Season two to arrive in January 2021.
But that is a debatable issue.
If Season 2 eventually has got the green light and makes it on to screen, then we can anticipate these cast members to return since they’re somewhat relevant to the plot:
Michelle Monaghan (Eva Geller), Tomer Sisley (Aviram Dahan), Melinda Page Hamilton (Anna Aguero), Mehdi Dehbi (Al-Masih), John Ortiz (Felix Aguero) and Stefania LaVie Owen (Rebecca Aguero).
Messiah Season 2: What Could be the Plot?
The investigation into the mysterious forces Al-Masih has will last. Along with the storyline will slowly reveal more of his identity.
We’ll also witness his following expands and if he will use these devotees for evil or good? The potential of the show, along with both Al-Masih, will grow in Season two. Additionally, there’s a potential warning because Al-Masih, to’ the false messiah, liar, could interpret in the Arabic Christian heritage, the deceiver.’